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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1930

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SPLAN TO POSTPONE J chanicalBr e aR0E
TO OST ONETwelve Day Paralyis.
B reayOeros. ESBEC PLACE TSSTI O
ST(E3E( CAssociated TPess)TEC , ,T ETI
twelve days in a mechanical respi- tns iL TE
rator, Miss Francis McCaam, stud-
Dates May be Made This Week, ent at St. Luke's hospital tonight Attorneys Will File Petition
But No Engagement Can showed continued signs of improve- I Charging Unfairness in
be Fulfilled. ment. Hospital attaches predicted agn naresi
be u that she wouldovercome the attack Canvassers' Board. NEARLY 1,500 FRES
WILL BEGIN SATnRDAY paralysis which ren-IWE
WILL BEGIN SATURDAY dered her lung muscles useless. ASK FOR INVESTIGATION WEEK OF THEI
During the day she was removedl CAREERS
Dean Bursley Announces Rules five times from the respirator for Claim Illegal Ballots Circulated
1930 Fraternity periods of a fewminutes each, and by Workers for Wilbur M Orientation Week. differing in
Workowasable to continue breathing xcbyx Workeropeftri'WimourngM.he
Pledge Work which heretofore the machine has Brucker Factionweeks,ill open this morning when
made possible. F dents meet with their advisors at 8
- Deferred rushing, taking a par- She expressed an ambition to be- (13 Associated Press) roons. 1inrollment of the class of
tial effect this year, will prhibit come well enough to help perfect LANSING, September 22 - The year's figure of 1,628 on the Openin
fraternities beginning their fresh- the machine which has kept hen State wide primary recount branch- in the office of the registrar, althoug
men pledging activities until Sat- alive by forced breathing and sugs today,
urday noon, Sept. 27, according to gested several changes in its mech- leading to as many investigations First official meeting of the we
an announcement made by Dean anism for the comfort of the pa- or legal disputes. A favorable de- been scheduled for 9:25 o'clock this
J. A. Bursley yesterday morning. tients. cision in any one will give Alex J. the rhetoric placement examination v
1 Dates with prospective rushees may IGroesbeck Republican nominationh ca ns
be made this week, but no dinner, for governor his attorneys claimed, oiatmacy, education, and forestry s:
bemadthiseek, b t o inner- -r Will File Petition. not have to take this examination. /
luncheon, breakfast or social en- C EI G ECI. ON111 -
gagements may be fulfilled until Gosek who was defeated by tering f reshmnan is scheduled to take
Saturday noon. Violation of this 4,726 votes according to canvass re- Hill auditorium.
rule will be dealt with severely,rigfL turns, came here to take personal I
Dean Bursley stated. charge of an appeal to the state
supreme court. A petition will be
iUse Partial Plan. I Ifiled, probably Tusday, chr iIJI..I
1Under the partial deferred rush- CIsWl aeP the state board of canvassers have N W S9 1 M T O
Fielding H. Yost, ing plan which will be in effect this I C aps ruled against 3,000 ballots which
Director of athletics at the Uni- year, freshmen will not be per- and Capes Says Varsity would show a gain for Groesbeck.I
versity, who for the past 24 years mitted to five in fraternity houses ( Cheerleader. i The petition will contest that the1
has been connected with Michigan until the fall of their sophomore board has been in error in its defi-
Sce c years. This action, which was taken nition of marked ballots, that it Publication Club Offers Saving
vasity teams. Iyaeasths ain,ihwastakenaFRESHMEN IN SECTION wswogwe thl rcnt oSuet ucai g
Iat last sprig, has been approved! was wrong when. it held preicts
byteofcaso h nvriyshould not be recounted when the T+ to Students Purchasing
by the officials of the University Plans whereby Michigan wl*sol o ercutdwe
a on"'ePceptioniignwill (number of actual ballots did not' Subscriptions.
CE [ TiES PL anyand will not be giv have a cheering section resembling agree with the poll book, and prob-
Deferred rushing in its full mean- I those used by universities on the ably charges of unfairness. Aiding'LASTS ONLY ONE WEEK
n ' r although some of the points which west coast, are now beg com- re i the Introdcing an innovation in the
were changed last spring will be pleted, according to an announce- Groesbeck recount force, and Ed-
Lpt__into use during this fall's!ment made yesterday by Mont- , ward N. Barnard, Detroit attorney. sales method of the three chief
pledging campaigns. All semblances gomery Shick, Varsity cheerleader: A Federal investigation of al- student publications, The Michigan
Kresler, Rachmianinoff Feature I rsigduigteoretto for the coming year. |leged irregularities in connection Daily, the Michigan Gargoyle, and
fr us iln oturntak ef eths y a m n ma e y se d y b Mo t lw r 0. L Sm t, h a of he I r d ci g n i nvation in th
K FiftySecondSeason of week period, other than the actual The section will be both narrower with the counting of absent voters I the Michiganensian, a special Stud-
Union Concerts. making of dates with prospective and longer than was the block r ballots has been asked of United! ent Publications Club subscription
rushees, will be strictly prohibited. "M" that has ben used in the past. States District Attorneys in Grand .e
Freshmen will not be allowed to IYA card system will be substituted Rapids and Detroit, it was reported.is" lai gfferedthsyaataav
TEN RECITALS PLANNED faternity houses, hold scial fore al yel a bes It was said George Welsh, active ings ofoedollar.
Ten concerts will compose the engagements of any kind with and capes. Upon signal from the Groesbeck worker, and Groesbeck This Club subscription includes
Ten seaoncofthewillcoralsUni members of a fraternity or do any- cheerleaders, the students in the managers in Wayne county secured one year's subscription to The
52nd season of the Choral Union thing toward pledging before Sat- section will raise large colored evidence on which they expect to Michigan Daily, the regular price
series, featuring many celebrities, Iurday noon. cards and form various figures and substantiate their charges. It was of which is four dollars, nine issues
according to an announcement Plan for Next Year. designs claimed that in one Newaygo pre- of the Michigan Gargoyle, regularly
made yesterday by Charles A. Sink, Deferred rushing will eventually last ear there will be no ct more than 100 absent ballots priced at one dollar, and one dol-
president of the School of Music. mean a prohibition of freshmen signing up for y and purchasing were cast, and that in the precinct lar's. credit toward the purchase of
pledging activities until the second .o . . cPherson, state tax com- a Michiganensian. All three may
The first concert will take place Isemester. At the beginning of the familiar caps and capes. The missioner, in Kent county, there be purchased for five dollars, a say-
I October 13, in Hill Auditorium, school next fall rushing activities places in the section will go to the were seventy or more. Groesbeck ing of one dollar.s
Fritz Kreisler, well known Aus- will be eliminated until the first students who apply for single seats. attorneys contend workers for Wil- This offer is particularly for the
trian violinist, has been engaged year man has had a semester's; It is thought that freshmen will ber M. Brucker circulated the; benefit of the entering students
for the first of the series Mr. experience on the campus. The re- continue to make up the greater absent voters ballots. They said and will only hold during Fresh-
quirements in scholastic record! portion of the section. similar illegal ballots were recorded men week. The publications may be
1 will also be stiffened wheti the new The great number of small de- elsewhere.purchased separately at the regular
Auditorium on many occasions, but plan is put to work to its full tails that have to be perfected be- Find Ballot Irregularities, prices. ey
has not appeared here for the last extent. Other minor changes will fore the card system is to be used, A renewal of arguments between The Michigan Daily, student
two years. be announced by Dean Bursley at are being worked out by Shick, Groesbeck attorneys and counsels newspaper of the University, is
Madame Clare Claibert, of the a later date. For this year, how- Matthew Hadden, '31, Student for Brucker as the state board of; published each morning except
Theatre de la Mn f Br ever, two major changes in the Council representative, and Harry canvassers appeared when many Monday. It presents the news of i
whoefre eronnaie w russel, system of rushing will be the de- Tillotson of the Athletic associa- precincts in Misaukee county were the campus and, by special ar-
who, before her identity was reveal- ferring of activity for one week tion The colored cards will be found to have not properly rotated rangement with the Associated
ed a short time ago was known as and the non-residence of freshmenllots should be rotated so first Press, any timely news of national
"Madame Coloratura," will be the in fraternity houses. attached to each seat in the sec- one and then the other candidateland international importance as
"adamne ll bethe ition. Instructions, that will be sent names appears at the head of the well as special features and editor-
artist on the second presentation out with each ticket, directing the list. When the error was discovered' ials. In addition, it includes the
on October 31. This fall she is com- : use of the cards must be carried in the first precinct, the state board Daily Official Bulletin which com-
ing to America for her first con- President Ruthven to the game for reference. ruled the ballots should be dis- prises the important official an-
certs here, and will appear with Welcomes In'omin It is expected that the spectators carded and no votes counted. Any I nouncements of the University.
the San Francisco Opera Cpmpany g at the games this fall will be pleas- number of other precincts with the| Extra editions will be published
before coming to Ann Arbor for her Class of Freshmen nantly surprised upon seeing the sec- same mistake were discovered and I this year for all the important foot-
eastern debut. "European press re- tion, since it will be the first at- an appeal was taken.- bal games, both at home and away.
prser de E u ress te As you cross the threshold of tempt at any thing of this kind 'Full sport news, bott local and
most responsible critics are allof the University, thousands of by a western conference school. PLAN N E W H O M E national, is carried in every issue.,
the highest praise," stated Prof hands are stretched forth in The section will perform for the FOR PUBICATIONS The Michiganensian, yearbook of
Sink, "and she is expected to be the greeting. Faculty, students, and Purdue, Illinois, Minnesota, and the University, appears annually
musical sensation in America next alumni bid you welcome and Chicago games. shortly before the close of school.
s .'express the hope that your stay E___ xpect toHavePress Buiding!The important events of the school
season."epes ___I____
Alexander Brailowsky, Russian will be pleasant and profitable IhOTO EE Ready for Use in 1932. j year are all recorded in addition
. . and that you will leave Anni UNION TO BE O N-- to individual pictures of the seniors
never beforeabeen presented in Ann Arbor with the fond memories FOR REGISTRATION A new home for the University and of the various class organiza-
Arbor. He will give the third con- which form the background of I i student publications, to cost a to- tions and honorary societies. Only
cett on November 7. He was solo- the lives of Michigan graduates. Students to Have Opportunity tal of $180,000 will be erected dur- enough copies are printed to meet
ist six times last season with the You will sometimes be told I ing the next two years. The proj- the requirements of the campus
Npw vnrk P hithafrmnnii? Svm ,that the University belongs to to Secure Union Card. ect, which will be financed out of sales.

Orchestra.' The Don Cossack Cho- you. This statement should not the accumulated profits of The The Gargoyle, the University's
s der the direction of Se be taken too literally but raRegistration athehetionnwill Daily,the Michiganensian, and the humor magazine, appears on the
arof will apear on the four understood as the greeting of begin from 1 until 5 o'clock today Gargoyle, was announced at the campus each month. Clever car-
concert on November 20 The 36 the Spanish host: "The house is in the main lobby of the building, close of school, last spring by Prof. toons, sketches and jokes are all
members of the chorus were all for- yours". The University belongs according to Harold 0. Warren, 31, Edson R. Sunderland, of the Law written and edited by the stud-
r-to the State and to you in the recording-secretary of the Union, school, who is supervising business ents.
sian Army and appear in military sense that everything possible wh is in char e of the registratio Imanagebilding, to be built by the In addition to these three pub-
uniform. They will give three num- will be done for you while you of the week from 9 until 12 o'clock lications, the work on the Student
bers, Russian church music, Russian are here and after you have left in the morning and from 1 to Barin Cor ofatunPubli- Directory is progressing rapidly. It
folk songs, and Russian soldier college. ' tn a cordortionb puishig will contain the names and addres-!
sogs I s ureansthoe ht ou1o'clock in the afternoon, the three student publications, will yes of all the students registered in
songs. It is our earnest hope that you The presentation of the stamped; be situated on Maynard street, op- the stdand wiaer on
Ossip Gabrilowitsch and his De- will fully realize that, while treasurer's receipt which will be posite the Helen Newberry dormi thUniversity and will appear on
troit Symphony Orchestra will fea- there are recognized laws of obtained at the time of registration tory. It will be ready for occupancy the campus towards the end of
tune the fifth concert on November hospitality, there are also defi- in the University entitles any male by the fall of 1932. October.
24. On January 12 they will again! ite obligations belonging to you student of Michigan to a member- The present headquarters in the
appear on the seventh of the ser- as guests of the State. Your Iship card, a Union button, and the Press building will be used until MVusS~c h o Plans
ies, under the guest conductor, Ben- principal duty is to fulfill the Ituse of the facilities of the building that time.
o la, eminent Italian purpose for which you have including the swimming pool, bil- The new structure will furnish Recital Sunday
Jose Iturbi, noted Spanish pian-come to the University-to se- liard room, library and lounging offices exclusively for the three
ist, will give the sixth concert. He cure an education and training accommodations. There is no extra publications and the printing plant inHill AuditoriumI
-L..], ..w.i.LL.ive TsxTh. c«.. et... He.... for life. Only hy faithful)=r ner- nhirpfnr +his momherchin A-, +ho for The Daily. No other printing II

PERIOD
ENTS TO TAKE
INING IN INITIAL
E DAYS' PROUGRAM
HMEN BEGIN FIRST
R UNIVERSITY
TODAY.
name only from previous freshmnan
approximately 1,500 first year stu-
o'clock in their respective assigned
1934 to date is slightly below last
ig day, according to totals compiled
h a slight increase in the present list
veek.
k for the bulk of the new class has
morning in Hill Auditorium when
will be given to literary, law, dental,
uudents. Engineers and architects do
t 10:45 o'clock, however, every en-
the English content examination in
1,494 Freshmen Enroll
Of the 1,494 freshmen enrolled by
yesterday afternoon in the Univer-
sity, 1,070 are men and 424 are
women. This compares to 1,190 men
and 438 women, a total of 1,628, in
1929. This list is being augmented
hourly by transfers, late registra-
tions and re-entering students and
it is estimated that 1,650 freshmen
will be enrolled by the end of the
week.
Registration in the two gymna-
siums, medical examinations, R.O.
T. C. inspections, library trips, and
inter-group athletic contests begin
this afternoon for certain groups at
1 o'clock. Pre-professional confer-
ences will be held at 2 o'clock in
law, medicine, dentistry, business
administration, education, forestry
and conservation, general science
and various literary c o 11 e g e
branches such as journalism, -
lish, 'history' and languages. o-
lowing today's pre-professional
conferences, athletic contests for
assigned groups of both men and
women will conclude the regular
activity of the day. An 8 o'clock as-
sembly at Hill auditorium will in-
clude President Alexander Grant
Ruthven, Dean Alice Lloyd, and
Dean J: A. Bursley, at which time
general welcomes and instructions
will be given the incoming stu-
dents.
To Conclude on Saturday
On Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday morning, groups will
conclude their registrations, classi-
fications, library inspection trips,
professional appointments a n d
other curricular activities. Special
tests for students in the music
school, assemblies, for engineers
and architects, and a mass sing at
8 o'clock in Hill auditorium feature
Wednesday's program of events. An
8 o'clock meeting for all freshmen
in -Hill auditorium on Thursday
morning when the scholastic apti-
tude test will be given is one of
the main features of the days' ex-
ercises, while an evening talk by
Dr. Laurence M. Gould, second in
command on the Byrd antarctic
expedition, will conclude the pro-
gram at 8 o'clock p.m. in Hill audi-
torium. Between 3 and 6 O'clock
-Thursday afternoon, freshmen area
invited to' Dean J. A. Bursley's at
2107 Hill street for a lawn party.
This traditional event is one of the
outstanding social functions of the

week. A mathematics content ex-
amination at 8 o'clock Friday
morning in Hill auditorium, Dr.
Howard Lewis' talk to women stu-
dents at 11 o'clock in the East
Medical building, and a continua-
tion of the Bursley lawn party be-
tween 3 and 6 o'clock for the re-
maining half of the freshman
groups will feature Friday's pro-
gram. A formal dance and recep-
tion for all freshmen women at
the League concludes the evening's
schedule.
The Daily Publishes
Sixteen Page Issue;
Largest in History
The Daily today is publishing
the largest initial issue in its
history. The edition, a compli-
mentary one, and printed es-
pecially for Orientation Week,
contains 16 pages, while the pre-
vious record was but 12 pages.

oth occasions has put up a good
ght, losing last year by the close
score of 18-14.
Linemen Lacking.
Undoubtedly the same plan that'
vas used in last year's double
eader with -Albion and Mt. Unionj
rill be in order on Saturday, the
egulars playing , a half of each
ame, while a team of substitutesi
vill be used in the other half.
'hrough this method each player
rill get an opportunity to play
gainst each style of offense, and
ill gain more experience than he
ould facing only one opponent.'
As the date for the game ap-
roaches, a queer situation for at!
[ichigan team has developed. It
as been the usual thing in the
ast few years for the Wolverines
o possess an over-supply of line-
ien and a few capable backs. This
ear, however, finds the situation j
ist reversed, with a large number
f backs of considerable promise,
nd only a few linemen of excep-
onal ability. Several backfield
ten have been shifted up to the
ne, and it appears now that
:ipke's biggest remaining worry
ill be to fill the center and guard'
osts. in time for Saturday's double
eader.
RIMSON LOSES
FEW LETTERMEN
(BI Associated Press)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Sept. 22.-
lthough Harvard's flow of great
ophomore athletic material has
eased for the time being, football
rospects have seldom been bright-
: at the school.
Graduating losses never fell so
asily on a Crimson team and Head
oach Arnold Horween and his aids
ave had plenty of time during the

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